[BBF09] Books at Bangalore Book Festival

Following books will be available at our stall in Bangalore Book Festival (Stall No. 288).

@ Bangalore Book Festival

As you probably know from our tweets and facebook update and website, we are putting up a stall representing self published and independent authors at Bangalore Book Festival. We will be at

Stall No. 288, Bangalore Book Festival 2009
Gayathri Vihar, Palace Grounds, Bangalore

Apart from the books, there are several events we are conducting that you might be interested in

In the auditorium area/stage

  • Nov 10th: 4pm to 5pm: Story and Play reading for children by Yadugiri VT and Revathi S Kumaran
  • Nov 14th: 2pm to 3pm: Book reading for children by Mahesh R. and Revathi S Kumaran

In our stall

  • Nov 6th: 2pm to 4pm: Book Signing by Rajendra Nargundkar
  • Nov 8th: 4pm to 6pm: Tarot Card Reading by Anupa Patri
  • Nov 9th: 5pm to 6pm: Book Signing by AK Chowdhury
  • Nov 10th: 5pm to 6pm: Book Signing by AK Chowdhury

And for all of those, who wanted to meet us in person, stall no. 288 is the place.

Festival is going on from 6th Nov. 2009 to 15th Nov. 2009. That includes two weekends!

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Through this blog, we not only want to share our experience on building a publishing startup in India but also share information and insights about Indian publishing industry, book market and authors. We want to give back to the community and also keep learning loads from it. A lot of very interesting things are lined up at Pothi.com, the first one being our participation in Bangalore Book Festival starting 6th Nov. So that is where we will be starting.

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